Another project is complete


We've just finished the set of patterns made of plywood. These pattern equipment goes as tooling to a foundry to make a grey iron castings for architectural application.



   The invisible side of mechanical engineering

SIA AR Module Factory in Liepāja produces high-quality pattern tools, basically serving metal casting companies that cast various metal parts in these forms - from ship engine blades to so-called hunger pans. Patterns are made from various materials - wood, plywood, epoxy resin, special polyurethane plates. Every new order forces us to be innovative again and again - that's how personalized the attitude of Liepāja residents towards each customer is. Foundry tools are mainly made for companies involved in the production of aluminum, bronze, steel and cast iron castings for mechanical engineering and electrical equipment companies, but the company can also make molds for household items. The company was founded in 2011 by Ainis Pujēns. He previously worked on the "other side" - at the cast iron foundry Hidrolats ČL, also in Liepāja, and at work he constantly encountered difficulties in obtaining model forms specially adapted to the specifics of the company. This provided confidence in the demand for foundry patterns
in the market - was like a ray of light for seeing a business niche. A. Puijens entered this niche, initially serving only a few local companies and one in Klaipeda. After the school of life with domestic customers who stopped working, the company changed its strategy and started rapidly looking for customers in foreign markets. Well, the circle of customers has also extended to Estonia and Sweden, the biggest focus is currently on export rather than the local market. AR Module Factory originally produced foundry pattern tools for ship propellers and propellers, such as for shipbuilder Rolls Royce. Over time, the people of Liepāja developed their competence, being able to make more and more complicated forms for various mechanical engineering companies. In parallel with cooperation with metal foundries, the company produces architectural and sculptural elements, even theater scenery. The company thinks about the impact on the environment, because a lot of polyurethane scraps are generated. Firstly, the material is expensive, secondly, its scraps are not processed in Latvia. Therefore, AR Module Factory plans to replace it with liquid polyurethane.
Raivis Bahšteins, SIA Publishing House Dienas Bizness

Agreement with the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA)


 “AR Module factory", Ltd. signed a long-term cooperation agreement No. SKV-L-2016/54 with the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) on 17th Apr 2016. According to the Agreement and in accordance with the European Regional Development Fund project "Promotion of the International Competitiveness", the company has set the target for 2020 to increase an export proportion, and by developing productivity and product quality promote the company's competitiveness in the international market.

 The objective of the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) is to promote business development by facilitating more foreign investment, in parallel increasing the competitiveness of Latvian entrepreneurs in both domestic and foreign markets.

Hannover Messe 2016


 In cooperation with the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia our company participated at the Worlds largest exhibition "Hannover Messe" 2016.

Investment and Development Agency of Latvia


Visitors from Investment and Development Agency of Latvia were welcomed in our company on Feb 12, 2016. We had a fruitful discussion about our possible   cooperation and participation at Hannover Messe 2016.


The eagle for Daugavpils fortress


At the end of the previous year we received a complicated but interesting offer from Daugavpils: to make an authentic figure of an eagle to restore the gates in Dinaburg fortress. The only information we had about the figure was an old photograph.

The AR Module Factory started executing the order with great enthusiasm. And we proved both to the customer and ourselves that we were ready to execute the most complicated tasks. We performed technological module development from the idea to the final product that soon returned to its historical place. To achieve as precise result as possible, we had to consult different architects, historians and constructors. At the moment you can see a great 3-metre eagle that is exactly the same as the figure placed on one of the four gates of the impressive monument of the art of fortification in Daugavpils. The whole fortress complex has been nominated as “The object of restoration” in the competition “The 2013 Building of the Year in Latvia”.



 AR Module Factory works on 3-axis CNC routers with a vacuum system, CE certified. The processing area of the router is 4000X2000X300 mm. We produce patterns of plastic (ebaboard), textolite, plywood, wood, aluminium and epoxy resin. We have manufactured wide range patterns from  30mmX100mm up to 3200X3000mm. Routine work is ship propeller blades, hubs, hatches and other patterns.

 In cooperation with the Lloyd`s Register,company has started the certification of its production.


AR Module Factory is creating a portrait of the poet Ojars Vacietis


 AR Module Factory Ltd., a company that produces modules for metal casting, has received an extraordinary offer - to make a module for a sculpture of the famous Latvian poet Ojars Vacietis. The portrait is a part of the memorial that we are producing in cooperation with the well-known Latvian sculptor Gleb Pantelejev.




Dienas bizness, Vēsma Lēvalde, 18th February, 2014.